The owner of an RV dealership in Billings denied federal charges that he defrauded customers.
Three people were sentenced this week in federal district court for crimes committed in Wyoming.
The Yellowstone County Attorney's Office likely won't file charges in a case in which a woman reportedly posed as a nurse or health care worker in 2013 at a Billings hospital.
A Billings woman this week denied federal charges accusing her of stealing about $288,000 over nine years from a local car dealership.
The former clerk of the Belfry School District this week admitted she lied on a federal tax return as part of plea deal to pay restitution to the school, the IRS and a company.
Two former high-level federal Bureau of Land Management officials who worked in Virginia, including a deputy state director from Montana, have denied criminal charges accusing them of defrauding the government in an employment scheme.
A former clerk for the Belfry School District on Wednesday denied federal charges that she defrauded the district and filed false tax returns.
MISSOULA — A Missoula contractor who took millions of dollars from his clients and used it for personal material gain – jewelry, homes, cars and Jet Skis – will spend the next eight years in federal prison and will forfeit $6.5 million in assets to the U.S. government.
GREAT FALLS — A federal jury convicted a consultant for the Blackfeet Indian tribe of more than two dozen charges after prosecutors said he provided kickbacks to tribal leaders in a scheme to defraud a $9.3 million mental health program.
Billings resident Angela Corson Smith admitted Thursday in U.S. District Court that she defrauded a bank and investors of about $150,000.
A Billings woman who was scheduled to plead guilty to defrauding a bank and investors of about $150,000 had her hearing continued on Monday for medical reasons.
A Billings woman suspected of defrauding a bank to get a home loan and of bilking investors in a separate scheme is expected again to admit to fraud charges after a federal judge rejected an earlier plea deal.
A Billings woman suspected of impersonating a nurse practitioner student at a local hospital admitted Wednesday to forging her husband's signature to obtain a bank loan in an unrelated federal case.
A federal judge on Thursday released from custody Angela Corson Smith, a Billings woman indicted on bank and wire fraud charges and suspected of impersonating a nurse at Billings Clinic.
MISSOULA — A 36-year-old Belgrade woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling $318,000 from her employer over four years.
A California man has pleaded guilty to his role in a scheme to fleece investors who bought into fictitious oil-and-gas projects in Eastern Montana's Bakken oil patch, authorities said Tuesday.
CHEYENNE — A second suspect has pleaded guilty for his role in an arson attack that destroyed a landmark hotel in Cheyenne.
MISSOULA — A former accountant for a Kalispell lumber company has pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge for an investment scam that initially cost the company $350,000.
GREAT FALLS — A Blackfeet tribal member has pleaded not guilty to charges related to allegations she stole money from North American Indian Days vendors.
A history of white-collar crimes caught up with a Billings woman Monday when a federal judge ordered her to spend more than eight years in federal prison for running a scheme to defraud and bribe the U.S. military.
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